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Destination Medical Center Corp. leaders and Rochester legislators plan a full-court press during the 2015 legislative session to persuade lawmakers to rework the legislation.
Planners predict Rochester’s core could see nearly 2.5 million square feet of private development, more than $870 million in new projects and hundreds of hotel rooms and residences in the next five years as the Destination Medical Center takes shape.
The formula that determines how much state money the project receives requires about $6 billion more in private investments for the project to get the full state match, according to an opinion the Minnesota Attorney General’s office.
He now oversees the Capitol Report/Politics in Minnesota operation in St. Paul and the Finance & Commerce and Minnesota Lawyer operations in Minneapolis.
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